Hong Kong Future Directions (2017)

The report was co-authored by Neil Nevitte and Puja Kapai. To read their core findings click here. To read their youth perspectives findings click here. The report summarizes the findings concerning the future of governance in Hong Kong, providing nuanced
insights about the public’s satisfaction with Hong Kong’s election processes, the performance of the HKSAR government, views on Hong Kong’s relationship with Mainland China. It also summarizes what Hong Kong people believe the HKSAR government should priorities in terms of economic and livelihood issues or
democratic development.

Haiti’s Electoral Environment (2015)

OCID, a non-partisan coalition of three important domestic NGO’s, plans to undertake a systematic observation of the upcoming elections in Haiti. With that goal in mind OCID deployed its entire national observer network to mount a systematic assessment of the election environment. 1,463 observers were randomly distributed in 730 pairs through the country between May 23 and May 31 and conducted a series of face-to-face interviews with more than 3,700 Haitian citizens.  The following report is organized into five general areas, each of which evaluates different aspects of the environment leading up to the 2015 elections. Click here to download the full report.

Myanmar’s Electoral Environment: Results From the 2015 PACE Survey

The People’s Alliance for Credible Elections (PACE) is a non-partisan civil society organization that launched a domestic election observation of Myanmar’s elections. In May 2015, PACE mobilized its national network of trained volunteers to undertake a systematic assessment of Myanmar’s electoral environment. This report summarizes some of the main findings from the interviews conducted by the PACE network. Click here to download the full report.

Democracy at Crossroads: The Results of the 2013 Maldives Democracy Survey

Transparency Maldives conducted a nationwide random survey of the Maldivian public in August 2013. The survey used repeatedly tested survey questions and the results are reliable within a margin of error of +?? 3.0%. That project was grounded in the conviction that the successful performance of democratic institutions requires a complementary set of supporting democratic values. The results point to significant democratic deficits within Maldivian political culture. Click here to download the full report.

Honduran Electoral Census Audit 2012

The report was co-authored by Neil Nevitte, José Cruz, Michelle Brown, and Salvador Romero Ballivian. The authors worked with Hagamos Democracia, an NDI-partner organization based in Honduras. To read their findings and recommendations click here.

Democracy in Honduras: Political Values and Civic Engagement in 2011

This report was written by Neil Nevitte and Salvador Romero. To read their findings and recommendations click here.

Audit of the Voter Registry in Guatemala (2003)

The report was a joint project conducted by Professor Nevitte, José Cruz, and NDI. To read their findings and recommendations click here.

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